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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 14 February 1896

I A Y x y ) A MOTOIttlAN'S LUTJS. Pull ol Hardships, Bsposuro Constant Dan go r. and Iho Orcat Btmin cm a Msvt'a Norvoii Suf- Dcicnt In Itself to Wreck lllm lu u, Hhort Tluio Tho Kxporlpnco ol "Well-Known Motoriuun. From 17i Cincinnati, Ohio, Enquirer. Tho Hfo of a motorauu is uot ti bed of rnsns. Ho is mibleetod to many hurdshlna especially in tho winter when ho is exposed to tho cold and snow. Evou in tho suminor ho must bear tho intonso licut which boats down upon him. Considerable ncrvoand self possession is necessary in agood motor man, for tho lives and limbs of his pas songcrs aro at stake. Ono of tho bc3t known electric motormen in this city is William Frazcr, who is at present running u car on tho Uumminsvlllo electric line. Ho Is not only well known to his fellow em ployes hut to tho people who travel on his car. Mr. Krazer Is a young man about twenty-six years of ago and resides with his wlfo and child at 144 Hotts Street, Cincin nati, O. About a year ago Mr. Krazer was t...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 14 February 1896

lt$tl WWJMH nawawmu iMm ivmmu.mwra'nijii i.m The Nebraska Advertiser Fill DAY. PKI1 14, 18U0. A. gentlumau of Norfolk spent Fri day of last week in this city, and spunking of tlio ettort being put forth hero to aectiro u boot sugar factory ho took occasion to nay that when ho loft Norfolk laut week thoru wore u num bor of persons tsylng to rout lam) for Q: an aero. Tho prico asked Ib 80 an aero, cash in iidvawcd, and land owners prefer to usu their land themselves than rent it for leas. This gentleman having been weiglimiiHtor in tho Nor folk factory, in presumed to know wht'K'of liuiipoakH. Ohadron Journal. Auburn, Nub., Fob II. Consider nblo exoitetnent was aroused today, es pecially in Catholic circlets, over tin to celpt of tho tiowrt from Hlshop Honn cum at Lincoln. The blahop notified tho attorneys of Fathora Fitzgerald mid Murphy, by letter, announcing that he would withdraw the charges made ngainHt the two clergymen whom ho had excommunicated, on the chaigo of insubordinatio...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 14 February 1896

rnf mmm inin! imn.immwi 4' VK A i X ') .X The Nebraska Advertiser FRIDAY. FEU. 14. 1800. County Commissioners. Oflslat Proceeding of That Body nt Their Lust Meeting. 0omml88ionor3 mot January 80, 1806, pursuant to adjournment. Present : l'.ouls nRtlitn, W.M Dtiviaiuul B. F. Melnlncii, commissioners, and tl. 13. Peary, clerk. The following business was had and done lo-wlt: To the treasurer of Nemaha county : You are hereby ordered to strike from the records all th poll tax against J. II. Cooper for the yoars 1883-4 5 for the reason that he was nover warned out. Albert Davis was appointed cou ntable, and Charley Goodwin justice of the peace for fat. Doruln precinct. The olHcial bonds of Albert Davis, constable of St. Deroln, and George Armstrong, road supervisor of district 88, woro approved. The following allowances wero made: COUNTY OENEKAL FUND. Thom.is ilurroBS, uidae. poor $ 0 50 J W Hrirnhart, printing 6070 T W Eustice, postage, etc.... 7 00 J H Dundas, printing 11 57 T NV Eusti...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 14 February 1896

HP'ww'rfmMiMlliBMii ..111 HUM IIIIWIIII Ill llll I II II m THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER ' i i W. XV. 8ANDKICS, TnlilUlier. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. .. t t i . ... i i i .1-1 J.J.A.AJLA.W y.asistrri' "ttt, .--.- . i 3 FEBRUARY J896. Sun. Mon. Tuo. Wod. Thur. Frl. Sal. r 10 13 14 15 "J8 6 23 J7 19 20 27 21 22 24 25 26 28 29 ii:FVTTT5rVT FFfYVTTVTT'i THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of tho Dally Nowa WASHINGTON NOTKS. The president on tho 7th signed tho bill prohibiting prisco lighting1 in tho territories nnd District of Columbia. Tin: treasury olllcinls ou tho 7th completed tho computation of bids of fered for tho new bond issue, from -which it appears that tho amount of bids above that of J. I. Morgan and his associates (5110.0877) was S0,788,Cno, und that tho amount which will bo awarded to tho Byndicato thcreforo will bo 33,211, 3.r)0, or Approximately ono thlrd of tho whole issue. The number of successful bidders was 781. Tins resolution on tho bolliperoncy of tho Cuban inirargonts of tho United S...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 14 February 1896

B ftf A A THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER XV. W. 8ANDEIIS, Fublliher. NEMAHA, - . . . NEBRASKA. ROCKING BABY BY THE FIRE. This onrth Is full of brlghtnoss For tho heart Hint's atrotiK nud cay, And youth has hours of llghtuosa That must somotlmo pass nway; Hut 1 cannot mourn tholr uolnff, Nor tho woalth of tholr doslrp, "Wlillo I sit In Bwcotost comfort, Rocklui baby by tho lira Sometimes tho world scorns hard and cold, And often, I confess, 1 think Jts sins nro manifold Its wrongs nood some redress. Yet, whon I turn at ovonlng My back upon lis lro, I forget about Its troubles Hocking baby by tho llro. Thoy say thoro Is anothor Ufo That's bettor far than this; If so, to us Is given A foretasto of Its bliss. I novor doubt Its holding All tho snul can o'er requlro; Hut It's pretty closo lo Hoavon Rocking baby by the flro. Louisa C. liar. In Homo Queen. W&&WiJfrty (Copyright, 1801, by tho Author.) CHAPTER IIL CONTINUED They were walking slowly back to the porch of his imflnished quarter...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 14 February 1896

The Nebraska Advertiser w. w. Bjjrmnm rrr. SUBSGRirTION . . $1.50 run TICAlt FRIDAY, FED. 14, 1880. In Its report of tli annual encamp ment of the G. A. 11. ut Omaha this week, tho World Herald haa the fol lowing regarding prominent Nemaha people: "Ila-ollo! Ilft-ellol Httsw-dy do! Haowdydot"and Colonel Tom Majors through the atortn door blrw. A can didate for nothing, and booming no body, with blue nhirt and slouch hat Ksofyoro, he was surrounded by a crowd the motmint his face was rec gulzed at the door, iiud Mrs. Majors, who accompaulsd him, bad to seek the reception room alone, while her 11 ego lord attempted to shake hands with all who sought to meet him. A smile and a good woid for each and all, and discriminating against none, for u fow momenta he was the center oi attraction. Seth P. Mobley. tho only one of tho kind ever khown to exist, exercised his pass and came from Grand Island last night to mueb some of his com rails, and incidentally to sharpen an nx lie brought with h...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 February 1896

ijiai c. y i V - .... u p i , pm uii mm iiii hum m.urm rfrrwim mmmhMI) ff&F r7?5& Mdvertiserl V 3S-. rrrrrssaKapsnn: r3--i -r- VOLU.UK XL NEMAHA, NEBRASKA-, FRIDAY, FEB 2l 1896. M" .. J If u ) i if i4: a.- ? i. W. W. KI-.tfLlNM!, ( II h ii i -ir .Mimtli ii (' I'nik hnti'l. Njtjry : -: Public -o.a ill .v. City, web. iiorKer & Hoover, Ddulor hi III, I -II (ll'IOUl JMl.l IDI' IllliL'S, liml, tallow t( HO. I'll." MOW.. II A UTY. NEIMAhKA. BitSe..Andrews.M.D.Pti.D. durguoix specialist, StoHa, - .Nebraska 0,eiilioiu lor Cataract and all operation.-, on the eje, Vcileoeele, Hernia, timnelTuoius, eio , porl'Miiied with ..hi itiiioiol'iH'oi and u.iiuieis. I'u- i icnL.i I iiiiit .iin.Md uuii ami uiHiii.il i ii:ni .(.'i .it lliii in Mix, ciiiiSuh-nnn kill ami i Sii.lii i 'wii'idlng i'ntile- f' l.!!il, ' 'Iri "IllOliyll Mill pltliti iiieii- Ml) .10 Win lu coiife' Willi , .i w . ! i.n on vvvi'-ox ltl!llt'MUIltl. .- Cooper Iho niHllliiK V f f . - i,"SL,i jLivoryiuan fzk!i:t':!.' J ,v ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 February 1896

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. SANOKItB, Publisher. NEMAIIA, NEBRASKA. THE WORLD AT LARGE, Summary of tho Dally Nowo. WASHINGTON NOTKH. .Trmv. nliiia "I'nlsv." Hums was hanged In tho District of Columbia jail nt Washington on tlio 11th fop murder ing u man nntned Spmel last Fourth of July whilo lio was drunk. Harris was 28 years old. PiiKstDKNT Ct.i:VKhANi hns approved tho bill granting right of way to tho Kansas City, Pittsburg & Gulf road for its Fort Smith branch. Rkimii:hkntativb Tkaoy lias reported from tho committee on military uiHilm u bill to allow tho secretary of war to grant tho uso of any or all military parks fo stuto milltiaand local military organizations for drill purposes and also for Grand Army encampments. A Wahiiinoton dispatch on tho 12th stated that Senator Quay had consent ed to permit lis name to go boforo tho republican convention as a candidate for president. Sinck b'cnatorTlllman'BBpcoch in tho senate ho hasrecoived over 2,fi00 letters of congratulation...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 February 1896

i i l A. f THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. 8ANDKU3, TuMUlier. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. - BAREFOOTHOOD. How tho mornings used to rlso Just llko music In tho oldest How tho firm breath of tho day Smcllcd llko paradl&o In May, jSnd you couldn't stay In bed For tho bird-songs overhead I -A hi how sweet llfo was and good, In tho dayfl of Darcfoothoodl Not a troublo nor a caro In tho wholo world any whorot Just ns light and gay and froo As n bird that tops a trooi Just as puro from willful wrong; Just ns full of gratoful song. Not n wnrblor In tho wood Praises Qod lllto Uarofoothoodt :SImplo Joya, and yot how swcotl Just tho pools that laved your feet; Just tho mud botwoon your toes: Just tho wild fruit whero It grows; .Just tho homc-mado lino and hooks .Just tho cool plungo In tho brook: .Such as theso woro drink and food, In tho days of Uarofoothood. """ Oh, tho soft, cool morning dow, Kro tho days of socle or shoot Oh, tho showering, as you pass, Of tho sparkling spears of grass! MUos and m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 February 1896

r ;:r utmKMunmmmmui. MiiiiuiiuiimwBwww '"'iji ntMinmtMi!uu.uuumMiramrmmn IIMIHJHIlllJtHU,Uim.HlillL ' KHIHIlH I J,tTmJ BsmaKfriBaujYatnna-rarrtii ttt9kjiraztX03!XAit The Nebraska Advertiser M. If. H1JIWHN J'uhHuhtr. SunsOIUPTION Sl.GOl'KIt YKAK FRIDAY, FEU. 21, 1800. Immediately following tlio annual report or Comtnundcr Adams at the ntato encampment, Charles IT. Oould of Farriigut pout No. 25, iiBked unani mous cctiflcut to Introduce t lie follow ing resolution indorsing .Senator Thurston: llesolvcd, That tlio thunkBof Hie twentieth annual eni'itmpmrnt,G.A.K, dopaitmenl of Nebraska, be and arc hereby tendered to Senator John M Thurston for hla bravo and manly de fence of tlio Monroe doctrine. The resolution was unanlmouHly adopted. me mmmm The celebration of the birthday of Abraham Lincoln luiBiovlved many of bis sayings. Among others is thiH ex tract, from a sprceh madn by him bo foro tlir whig conviMition in 181.1, re1- Inwlng the doings of the democrats at Washtnaton: "For sever...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 February 1896

PMWWUWWA'HUiUUlHIALUlM -11111 l,MM IW h 2 f f t The Nebraska Advertiser M. U ... V A" , fuhll'tirr. fti'lliUUIl'llOX. 31.50 lKU YBAll VN'-VV FH1DAY. FEB. 21, 1800. Ml !! utim -""""" iml.hi wut McKiuiey easily lends nil ot tho her candidates as u campaigner. In i.-siM, lie up ke In sixteen statu-", mak i ig :lt speeches in seven wreks, md IiIh uudiuiiues nggjejjated more people tliun were ever betoio addressed bj any one mini, perlmpH, in it jingle emu paign in this country. UloblJemo era l. Much lias been written about tin new experimental colony cstablidhtd at Fitzgeiald, Cia. One of the nomine teaturea of the colony is tliat negroes are nut allowed in it under any oir ouiuslanoos. Another colony, with similar restrictions, la soon to be us (nblished in Ware county, near Fitz gciald. Meantime a colony ol coloied people is being established on the Ab beyville & U'uycrosa railroad, adjoin-, ing the Fitzgerald colony . In this i o white people are to be allowed under any circumsta...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 February 1896

& $73, &ZfMfr NLY n baby, fnlrand Vk&W xr r tt n I'ui ' J0-Y? a u .!..' Hinnll, Like many another 'zrrt S SA ll iff T -2 UW Whoso smiles and H Dl,'t3rr frnrn rntnn itwlft at call, Who ato and nlopt and grew, that's all The infant Washington. Only a boy, llko other hoys, With tailtH and studios, sports and fun: Fond of IiIh books and i;iimcn and toys; Living IiIh childish griefs and Joys 'i ho littlo Washington. Only n lad, awkward and shy, Skilled In handling a horsa and gun; Mustering knowledge that, by and by, tihould aid him In duties, great and high; The youthful Washington. Only a man of finest bent, lloto of battles fought and won; Surveyor, perioral, president, Who Horved his country, and died con tent Tho putrlot, Washington. Only ahl what was the socret, then, tDf IiIh being Amorica'a honored son? Why was ho famed abova other mon, Kin name upon ovcry tonguo and pen, Thu llluiilrlous Washington? A mighty brain, a will to enduro, Passions subdued, a slavo to nono,...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 February 1896

UccIbIou la Fuvor at tbjfr 'be Long Hook mid Eo. .'fudge AcliCBon, in the United Stntcs Circuit Court at Pittsburgh, has just rendered, in the ease of Iticlitmlson & He hong brothers vs. Campbell fc Smith, nn important decision of great interest, sustaining letters patent owned by Klchardson & Do Long brothers, which were granted to Frank 15. Dc Long for a humped hook and eye, and enjoining thedefendantsfrom selling the "Golden Spring" hooks and eyes. , The hooks dealt in by the defendants vtnro manufactured by the Golden Spring Hook and Eye Company, of Springfield, Mass. In these boohs the positions of the strnight and curved portions of the De Long loop were re Mited. The Court held that this did not void infringement, and directed a decree to be entered for the plaintiffs. . The case, wilch was a test one of great importance, was contested at great length, and has been pending for almost two years. Messrs. lUchardson & DcLongllroth ers were ropresentcd by Messrs. Stra...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 February 1896

''''"' 7"Tf" '" IW4MWMHMyflP r I.-. IMiln i WitftwUfc ni. i, mm mn n T ipu.jsxr., t j .' tt' '.T.Z vuum .a iiVMWt fjmiunjmtmi!iJ.lxi4'TWX i" '; i ' A l'lTTfliiUitaii lnwycr in the prime of life has jnt. died of Hplunl incnlogitln, utul his doctors miy the. dlucn.so vnn caused by Ids manner of riding a Id cycle. Ho wns an cntluiHlofltJc wheel man, and had been riding for ten years, hul had contracted (he habit of riding with IiIh body bent over the handle-bar, tho charactorlHtlc attitude of the "scorcher." So It kccium the jHirulclouH habit of "scorching" Is dnngerous to tho rider as well as to the people who hap pen to get in tho .way of his rushing wheel. It is a practice, however, usu ally confined to younger people than this lawyer, who wa -10 yeiirs of age, and his fate may beau indication that 40 is the limit of the 'HcorehcrV life that after that age he cannot endure the strain and the unnatural position , required for fcatH of rapid speed on the ' bicycle. I Duiuxo tho year j...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 10 April 1896

. 1. ebmsh Mdvertiser. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, IJIUDAY, APRIL 10, 1896. NUMBER 41 VOLUME XL ("I'll u . v r j MMMr 1 8 A . A .. A' A If QU. W. W. KEELING, NRVA.UV Orrr, N'isuka.ica., Otlce first door south of Park hotel. W. W. SANDERS, Notary :-: Public Ndmaha City, Neb. Kerker & Hoover, Dealer lu 3SL HUne-it price pald.for hltlt, lartl, Ullow Kmo, etc NEMAHA CITY, NEBRASKA. NEM&H&xBiflBERzSKOP H. A. Thompson, Pro. Shaving, Hlnimpoolilnc JUzor Uonelng JIt.ir Draining, Upeclnl Attention puld to LkHch and Children. Agent or Iftbratka City titeam Laundry. 9 B.BellAndrews.M.D.Ph.D, Surgeon Specialist, Stella, - Nebraska Operations for Cataract and all opera tions on the eye, Verioocule, Hernia, Hemorrhoids, etc , performed with out chloroform und painless. Pa tients from abroad can obtain boaul and hospital facilities at prices less than in u city, considering skill and sanitary a'tnTonudings. Parties seeking relief through surgical means will do woll to confer with Dr. Andrews. Ho...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 10 April 1896

e THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER w ...ii.ii.. m i. W. W. HANDKK8, Publisher. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. VXJ.4. 4,4.4.4. Jt4.XXJ.j.XXAj.4X--J.4.4-s( 3 APRIL J 896. : ' ' ; Sun. Mon. Tuo. Wod. Thur. Frl. Sat. ; 12 3 4 ;J920 2I 22 23 24 25j : 2o" 27 28 29 30 j: THE WORLD AT LA11GE. Summary of tho Dally Nowa. WASHINGTON NOTUS. PltRRIDKNT Cl.HVKI.ANI litis Blfjlicd the not repealing tho stututo prohibit inff tlio iippointmcnt to tlio army and navy of porsotiB who held cotifodoruto commlssloiiH. Skchktauy IIkhhkht linn decided to use messenger pigeon sorvico for const defense, tipccinlly denlgncd coops tiro to bo built nt UO different points nlontf tho Atlnntie const and many hundreds of homing plpeons will bo plnced in them. Additional lofts will later bo constructed in a continuous chain nnd after a timo bo extended to tho I'aciflo const. The deficit in tho United States revenues for tho month of March amounted to 81,300,000. Tho receipts wore 520,041,140. This gold reserve, as officially re ported on ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 10 April 1896

p. J'S A - K j THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. BANDKK3, FabUiher. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. A SOVEREIGN. She has servants at her bldldne, sho has subjects leal and loynl, Sho has vassals who are eager to obey her lean command; J3ho has garments lino and dainty as befit a maiden royal, And she Is tho dearest sovereign you may llnl In any land. :ho Is gracious, sho Is kindly, nnd her courtiers chant her praises, But sho bears herself Serenely, with a truo patrician air, Xooka upon her friends benignly, on her vasyals calmly gazes, Never scem'i to hear us murmur that her faco Is vondroU3 fair. "For tho depths of Heaven's azure, with a pure, entrancing beauty, Gleam upon you softly from her gracious, dark-fringed eyes; Sho will preach to you no sermons, will not prate to you of duty, But sho seems, some way, to draw you ever nearer to tho skjos. Anr her subjects love her dearly, as If something more than human, Though she grants her favors rarely, and sho smiles on very few; Hut they know a match...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 10 April 1896

The Nebraska Advertiser W. W. mjJYMUlM, rbU,hrt HCBIOKirTlOft tt.oO I'BH YKAJt FRIDAY. APRIL 10, 1800. THE CONTEST FOR THE CAN DIDAOY. A littln more than half of the nUtf ar yet to hold their republican con vcritions for the election of deloRiiteii at Urge. Thtso arc in the order in wliich the states will meet: Oregon, Rhode Island and Kentucky, Nenruso ka, North Dakota, New Jersey, Maine, Connecticut, Tennessee, Maryland, Virginia, PennaylTania, Alabama, Vermont, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Montana, Missouri, Cali fornia, West Virginia, Wyoming, North Carolina, Colorado and Idaho, while the territory of Arizona has its convention the same day a Georgia and Illinois. Idaho, which is last on the lint, has itn convention on May 30. Two state couvcnliouH take place tills week. These are Oregon's, which meets on Uio 0th, and Rhode Islands, which occurs on the 10th, Slightly lest than half of of tbo 000 delegates, at large and district, which nro to appear in the St. Lou in con...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 10 April 1896

k I 4t' ' ! X t nvpaMamaawnmnMBKTnaa 9 The Nebraska Advertissr W. H HAjUtKHH, rukllthtr. SUBiOKirnox slbotku ykar Fill DAY. APltIL 10, 1898. Unclt Hon Wiitr has curritid of! the bin ribbon on early potte raislny; l his apriug. He pi'Mifluteil the Vedette h moss of young uotntoni yesterditv. I'll potatoes art large nough to rat and well formed. Uncle LUii calls them the Enrly lUtlibun, and says that the eix weeks potatoes are not "in it" with these. He says he has no sead potatoes for sale this spring, but t til tiles he will have pleatjr next. Verdon Vedette. CUUUT ADJOURNS. Courls adjourned Saturday after a three weeks term, one of the longest terms this counrj has had for some limn, The court denied John and James Casey a hew trial and sentenced tliem to three years In the penltentin ry, the Ughest sentauce which may be given for such an offence. The last Nvr days of the term were spent in finishing up the business of the term. Judge Stull has given universal satis, faction and in...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 10 April 1896

g7-" ',.' J v NEBRASKA STATE NEWS. Am.ianck and Hemingford urn en gaged In tho county sent war. Tun North Nobraska Teachers' anso elation met at Kroiuout on tlio at with a largo uttendancc. Jami:s 1C. Hunt, an old and wealthy oltl7.cn of Syracuse has becomo insane and sent to an asylum. Tiik contract books of the Norfolk licet Sugar Co., for the season of 189fS, have been cloned, with HUlllcient. acre age secured to Insure a longer run than any previous year. No more con tracts for tho Norfolk factory will bo taken for tho present season. lticiiAitl) RiNonit, a merchant of Friend, who was bitten by a dog Nov oral months ago, was attaclcod recent ly with what was supposed to bo a se vere caso of crip. Later physicians uirrced that it was a caso of hydro phobia, when tho victim seized a razor and almost severed his head from his body, dying at once. MaxkvCoiiii, county treasurer, dis appeared from Lincoln a few days ago and two days later his body was found dead near town. Ho had take...

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